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copperheads were loathed for their political rival of the republican party of lincoln to treat the surrenders of vindication and mandate. these democrats rallied behind the confederate interpretation of appomattox. in their valor, endurance and skill to copperhead neoprobe insisted southerners were equal to the north to the confederacy was subdued by overwhelming numbers. here's lee's interpretation lock stock and barrel. the south to is divided. by southern unionists opposed confederacy during the war rally behind grant's interpretation and reveled in the fact that the noble grant and his army had broadly sushil. surrender was a vindication for white southerners. americans held markie maher asserted more fervently that the surrender margin of error than african-americans. vivendi victory vindicated the cause of black freedom and racial justice. at appomattox, both liberators had liberated. the last clash of granted me across the virginia countryside from petersburg to appomattox, my stomach tried on april 9 to break free of a federal trap only to find last escape route blocked by black soldi
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. ♪ on the horizon the dome you see outlined against the river is the jefferson memorial. the lincoln memorial, as we see shortly, is to the right. over the river is virginia. ♪ ♪ the distant cousin of president kennedy barely arrived from ireland from a jet and a tiny plane in new york. the 23-year-old nurse landed at national airport at 11 minutes after 12:00 in a charter begin engine apache when she boarded. she was attending the funeral at the personal invitation of mrs. jacqueline kennedy. a white house limousine escorted by united states police motorcycle rushed her to saint matthews church at a speed of about 60 miles per hour. she arrived just in time for the beginning of the services. ♪ she's a small, a blond. she was red eyed on the verge of tears as she entered the church. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ this is the lower or southern end of 17th street. the cortez turns right here to constitution avenue. ♪ ♪ goes one, two, three, four blocks, turns left around the lincoln memorial then across the bridge. ♪ and the background about to appear in the background is the m
of the gettysburg address. we will commemorate resident lincoln speaking at gettysburg. at 4:00 and 10:00. november 25 marks the 50th anniversary of president kennedy's state funeral. we will now bring you nbc's coverage, including the procession from the u.s. capitol to the white house. the mass at saint matthews cathedral, and the burial service at arlington national cemetery. we are on the steps of the capitol. there's is a huge crowd that has gathered. the watch is almost over. van is about to play hail to the chief. the casket will be brought down. the family is looking into the rotunda. a very quiet crowd. they are paying their last respects now. -- thed morning air cason will roll to arlington national cemetery. -- will notice in the crowd they are conscious that there is a television camera on them. you will see no waves. i saw one. there always tends to be just one. this day of mourning is reaching it's final act. feeling.only one just one. shared by all of us. let's go back to the studio. that from jack on the steps of the capitol. thing,n incredible beginning with the tragedy and the ass
and goliath. san jose high is the smallest school in the district. lincoln is double that number. four years ago, star player matt ballet needed life saving brain surgery after fracturing his skull during the big bone game. and another player suffered a spinal contusion in the big game. in february, another player, anthony santa cruz was stabbed to death near the campus. his mother came to the game today. >> oh, my god, i have to go home and set the table. he's not going to be there. >> reporter: anthony's teammates wore his initials on their helmets. >> we wanted to tell everybody that the death has affected us a lot. >> reporter: the coach imposed strict standards, demanding good behavior and good grades. >> i told them without the structure we're not going to win. >> reporter: during the year, 18 mayors left the team. but he had the support of the principal. >> where they get in their life is because of their brains. such a small percentage of students go on to play professionally. >> reporter: san jose high's record is ten straight losses. but the team held their head up high. in their s
with him. you think of i don't know washington and jefferson and madison and later, of course, lincoln, and even later than that grant and going forward. john quincy adams was not really known for his presidency. he was more known for what happens as nathaniel says for his post presidency when he actually goes to the house of representatives. he's known as a man refusal and that word is interesting to me because one of the very last words that he uttered was no. a word of refusal. my particular book starts with the death of john quincy adams standing up and saying no. and the particular issue that was a vote on whether or not to give more medals to mexican war veteran. john quincy adams had been opposed to the war. he was opposed to decorating generals who fought in what he felt was a greedy re blank not look good for the country. here a man who served his country well both as president and then in the house of representatives uttering no and ending his life at that particular moment. for me, that was a water shed moment. not just because of the mexican war, which is ends in 1848. beca
with the american dream can't he see him transform the steps of the lincoln memorial, i could hear him now and see him now. i just wish more people would understand. and years later, to be exact, on april 4, 1967 he delivered a speech at the riverside church in new york city and i watched every student in every young person in america, every member of congress could read that speech and listen to that speech on tape. >> host: is that the one where he came out against the vietnam war? >> guest: that is the one he came out against the war in vietnam and he spoke about the bombs that we were dropping in vietnam, the aftermath, the result that would affect america. and it's that you later that he was assassinated. >> host: when is the last time you spoke with him? >> guest: i was in a meeting with him in march of 1916 in atlanta at a place called pasco's restaurant. it was a place where -- one of the few places in atlanta for years where black people and white people could meet and eat together, sit down together for a long time. it was in the air of atlanta university where you had at morehouse colle
time we go to the turkey bowl, it is time to win it. >> the lincoln high school mustang. >> lincoln class of '71. >> patrick chase says some sport figures have play inside this var game. very game. >> the green bay packers and oj simpson. well, this is the game for the city's schools and it happens on turkey day and 11:02 on the dot is when it starts. lincoln right now the coach is going for the championship. >> not so fast. >> in the game that was a classic shoot out it all came out to this of the score against the mustang and quarterback steps back and decides to keeps it and he hit and fumbles and game over. this fan is not going to bet. >> it is a great game and a beautiful day and i got turkey cooking for me at home and it is even better. >> in san francisco, kron 4 news. >>> coming up an nba coach fined of $50, 000 for filling his drink. straight ahead. plus, the raiders start fast age cowboys but can they hang on, jason has the answer and all the sports coming up. >>> here is a first look at the more than 600 cars now on display at the international autoshow and you can see i
in the district. lincoln is double that number. four years ago, star player matt ballet needed life saving brain surgery after fracturing his skull during the big bone game. and another player suffered a spinal contusion in the big game. in february, another player, anthony santa cruz was stabbed to death near the campus. his mother came to the game today. >> oh, my god, i have to go home and set the table. he's not going to be there. >> reporter: anthony's teammates wore his initials on their helmets. >> we wanted to tell everybody that the death has affected us a lot. >> reporter: the coach imposed strict standards, demanding good behavior and good grades. >> i told them without the structure we're not going to win. >> reporter: during the year, 18 mayors left the team. but he had the support of the principal. >> where they get in their life is because of their brains. such a small percentage of students go on to play professionally. >> reporter: san jose high's record is ten straight losses. but the team held their head up high. in their struggle against adversity they played with pride and p
this morning and it had been going for more than an hour. it happened near lincoln parkings firefighters evacuated both buildings and crews are spending an enormous amount of time tackle willing heavy flames. not long ago, a manned a mitted to starting this on cameras. >> i admitted doing this and i thought they had meth and i thought they had it all on camera and they have been doing this for a while now. >> do you know how it started? >> i started it. >> now the man didn't say why he started the fire, he escaped out a back door and luckily they have caught it and there are a lot of fire engines and risk blocking -- rigs blocking the entire area and right now this is lincoln park and we will try to gather more information. >>> in just about 30 minutes a protest is set to begin in the port of oakland. truck drivers are pushing for better pay and they are also protesting new air quality rules which require them to update their trucks. they are asking for help in upgrading their trucks which is expecting -- which is expected h they will been picketing out side their busy pay. it is just si
lincoln labs at mit, and i think the head investigator there was todd rider. he was developing something called draco, like the harry potter character, and apparently was able to look at the dna of any virus and create a queue or. they had shown that it worked i think 10 different completely unrelated viruses. and i apologize if it's poor form to ask about someone else's work but i've been scouring the internet for more news about it for two years, finding nothing. and i was wondering if you are familiar with it and if you had a few on it speak with no. i've not heard of it, which means it probably didn't really work. or you'd be able to find lots about it on the internet. >> for someone like me who has no background in biology and who is kind of maybe a little bit of natural paranoid about the dangers of synthetic biology, the future of downloading things, what reassuring words do you have to say -- [laughter] >> well, you know, and as i indicated not only in the book but in reality this is something we spend a lot of time and effort on. .. >> not just by the bush administration, but at
versing the defending champions, the lincoln high school mustangs. >> lincoln class of 71. >> lincoln high alumni patrick chase says some pretty famous sports figures have played in this game. >> not so fast as the galileo along my close of 1993. >> it was a classic shootout 34-party alliance over the mustangs, clock winding down and the fourth quarter, mustangs ball-edge driving for the win, but it is a fumble, a game over. no repeat. for lincoln on this turkey day, however this fence and says a sums it the best. >> and i got turkey cooking for me at home so it is even better. >> in san francisco, and haaziq madyun . >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. a big crowds are expected once again this year for one of the busiest shopping days of the year. we are talking black friday. a live report from livermore coming up next great >> we are waiting for the opening bell on wall street. we will be back in two minutes. >> welcome back fred the opening bell on wall street. they have a have a day today because of a holiday weekend. they are having difficulty if they are going from san francisco
at coveredca.com. >>> the san jose high school football team went into the big game today against lincoln high after a difficult year, a year filled with adverse thety. they did not win, by but they played with character. nick lee was there. >> the game was never in doubt. at one point during the second quarter, san jose high was down 34-0, but the scrappy bulldogs kept the score respectable. by halftime, lincoln, 41, san jose high, 20. it was like david and goliath. san jose high with 1,200 students is the smallest school in the district. lincoln high has double that number and there's been continuing adversity on the team. four years ago, the star player needed life saving brain surgery after he fractured his skull during the big bone game. last year -- which they lost to lincoln, 55-13. in february, another player, anthony santa cruz was stabbed to death near the campus. his mother came to the game today. it's her first thanksgiving without him. >> right now, i'm just thinking oh, my god, i have to go home and set the table. he's not going to be there. >> anthony's teammates wore his i
in what didn't change because of lincoln's assassination? >> is a great question anyone who knows civil war literature does the assassination when we get the impression of books on shelves of libraries and bookstores, the assassination eclipses the surrender. scores of books on the assassination of very few on the surrender. there's been an assumption that's gone on with the notion the assassination surrender but at that moment the northern impulse to magnanimity evaporates under his calls for vengeance. the drowning of the imposter's magnanimity. i found something quite different. northerners are absolutely embittered by the assassination and we do see calls for vengeance against those who perpetrated it. but we see a calling response. we see some northerners say we have been too lenient. lincoln would've been too lenient. grant was too lenient. now johnson, they initially believe is going to be an enforcer of richard duchenne inventions. johnson is the right man to correct our course. but we see just as many people saying, upholding the notion of magnanimity and the idea of magnanimit
bingham turned lincoln's poems too prose. >> people are familiar with the address and see that as a representation from one that is focused on a state-center view of national life and was a pro-slavery constitution. and that changed occurred to a different constitution during the period of the civil war and reconstruction. the story stops with lincoln's death usually. you saw the movie recently, right? and basically the war ends. lincoln is killed. and that is it. but in fact, that was the beginning for the constitutional debate about what the civil war meant. it was up to people like bingham who had to take them and transfer them into the law and that is where we get the 14th amendment. it was work that is necessary and had impact every sense >> we will talk a lot about the 14th amendment. but i would like to take out my pocket constitution and let's read the 14th amendment and then i will ask you what bingham was trying to achieve. we will read section 1, which part that i garth bingham contributed the most to. did he write all of that? >> he wrote the second sentence of
'm going to run lincoln through and this is a lashing out against the possibility of black civil rights. all of that's true, but americans at the time is they receive the news of lincoln's assassination didn't know about the details. so what they assumed was the assassination was a response to the surrender. who's had been infuriated by the south's defeat and he was lashing out against lincoln to rob lincoln of the fruits of his victory. what happened here at appomattox is the context for the assassination in the eyes of almost all northerners. if a site of that. the connection between the surrender of the assassination. they believe booth was trying to undo the union victory at that moment. any other questions? comments? >> knowing there's talented leaders in the room. would you want to revive that in some way? something that would fit on a billboard? >> i mean, i think again the myth that the gentleman's agreement between grant and lee is a compelling one and not one that doesn't have merit. it was a great achievement for these two men to end the war. i would like to say parent radica
yesterday jfk was assassinated in dallas and 150 years ago abraham lincoln delivered one of america's most important speeches at gettysburg. lincoln was a republican president who fought civil war over freeing slaves. in fact, it was with 100% republican votes that passed t 13th amendment to our cotitution which abolished slavery. and it was with republican votes and no democrat votes that passed the 14th and 15th amendments granting freed slaves citizenship and blacks the right to vote. so when democrats call republicans racist or anti-minority, read a little history, pick up your pocket constitution and you'll figure it out. see you on the >> we are a nation at ri. and the threat may not be what you expect. thanks for joining us. i'm connell mcshane. reporting from new york. the head of national intelligence said earlier this year that cyber attacks arehe leading threat to national security. >> it is importan and reach as a global threat can not be overstated. >> few understand the sheer capability hackers haven disrupting our nation impact a major attack would have on as we go in our da
this early. tom roussey continues live team coverage from the lincoln memorial. down, butds are dying it is still awfully cold especially for this time of year. 21 degrees below average. normally, you will see folks hanging out with the steps there. there is no one there. this cold is keeping a lot of people away. many did find things to do outside tonight. >> ironically, one of the best ways to stay warm tonight was to get on the ice. if you continue to skate around, you feel less cold. it affected cold, the zamboni at the pentagon city outdoor rink. harry tran spent about 12 hours, , getting itutside to work right. >> trying to stay outside, make sure the machine is running. 10 degreess all most colder than the average high in mid-january which is the coldest time of year around here. in d c, it is not the cold. it is the windchill. today saw gusts of up to 45 miles per hour. that didn't stop people from going outside tonight. in some cases, in shorts. up,e jonathan blair grew tonight wouldn't be so bad. >> i am from alaska. thes not that cold unless wind is whipping, to me at least
with abraham lincoln. >> reporter: so the east room was draped in black, just as it had been for lincoln. the flag-covered casket was covered on a horse drawn caisson. the muffled drums and a riderless horse in the procession. >> she has never been less than perfect. more than any other one person it was she who raised the level of it all from savage insanity up to the level of solemn grandeur. >> reporter: the first lady had no choice but to share her private grief. >> she took her ring from her finger and placed it in his hands. >> reporter: a personal moment at the hospital after kennedy was pronounced dead became the refrain in his eulogy. but perhaps the most enduring image of that day, a young boy saluting his father. the story behind that image? president kennedy had taken john john to arlington cemetery for veterans day. the kennedys were trying to teach him to salute. for weeks he practiced with his mother, but because he was left-handed, he couldn't salute with his right hand until that monday when his mother leaned down and said it was time. it was his third birthday. >> for t
to see regularly about 20 over sized vehicles. on -- lincoln and see many of those, they include full physical if if -- prior to implementing the program, the sf issued warnings using informational flyers placed on vehicles parked in these locations. since the flyers, we have heard positive feedback from residents. for that i want to thank my co-supervisors, breed and mar and supervisor's yee as well. and we'll hear from sf mta and we have captain here for any questions. thank you for your patience. duffy is here also. with that, mr. yee.> >> good afternoon, bond yee. as you know this is a long standing issue of overnight vehicles parking in the city and we also previously stated the impact that were caused by them throughout the city in our original policy and proposal report. we have a number of tools to manage parking in the city and we use them judiciously and appropriatelly but none of these tools was adequate in effectively addressing the over sized vehicle parking in the neighborhoods. the board of supervisors sometime asked us to take a look at the issues to see if there
the lions. close today. lincoln going for the pass here. he tries to throw back to the quarterback but number 40 make as great pick. gets stopped short of the goal line. lions score after this. they win 34-30 over lincoln. lions finish 12-1. that is a good record. >> got to love the turkey bowls. >> they are fun and perfect weather. >>> the weather has been great. coming up tonight on the 10:00 p.m. news, out to shopping centers after shoppers forego the thanksgiving dinner in exchange for gray thursday. and major holiday deals. >> cara liu, we saw getting the deals. it is here. >> we are always here for you on www.ktvu.com, facebook and twitter. thank you for joining us on this thanksgiving night. hope you are enjoying your long holiday. have a great weekend. "oh, my goodness, those hands are cold!" (luke laughs) mm-hmm. "at least buy me dinner first." (laughs) boom. (goofy voice) "tell my wife and kids i love them." oh, my god. ooh, that's kind of dark, mom. hmm. (cell phone vibrates) quick-- what's my favorite hospital food? um... jell-o? (laughs) hi, buddy. no, today's still go
they're leading. even lincoln, you know, in the 1850s was against, obviously, against intermarriage. against blacks sitting on juries. hef for the black law. you say how could lincoln have done this? the important thing is he grew from the attitudes and eventually allowed the blacks to come in. they were so important as soldiers in the army it changed the whole course of the war in many ways and issued the emancipation proclamation. there's no answering for them except to pave the context in which they are ruling and see if they are way behind the context or in the middle of it or sometimes if you're lucky, the person you're dealing with is ahead of that. >> jo ann. >> i have a question. -- [inaudible] this is such a magnificent high-level conversation. i want to go a moment of history and passion in a different level. and that is, what did it feel to be like in fenway park -- [inaudible] [laughter] >> i tell you, having been a passionate baseball fan all my life and having only experienced one vict i are with the brooklyn dodgers in 195, -- [applause] then obviously i chose another
-24. lincoln tries the half back pass. 2-yard line, 81 yards setting up a touchdown run. 34-24 galileo. the san francisco section title. lions finish 12 and 1. how can you be fined for spiling a drink? the player bumped into him, ice flying. the nets were out of time outs. he was trying to buy time to drop a play. it was ruled intentional. the nets lost the game. you will not want to miss this. sports night live is coming thursday december 5th at 9:00 p.m. that's it. see you later, everybody. >>> before we leave you tonight another look at the weather forecast as we go into this long weekend. >>> it will be nice. this cool down will last until new years with 50-degree temperatures. we don't know how good we have it until it is gone. >> what about the rain? we need the rain. not much of that yet. >> thursday a slight chance. >> all right. >> have a good long weekend. stay tuned with us on kron4.com. >>> the guy who woke up from surgery and got the shock of his life. >> you're my wife? >> yeah. >> meet the mortonson's. >> you should give him some of this stuff more often. >> then, when good
to gettysburg is to think about lincoln and that horrible war, the carnage that took place at gettysburg. think of all the animals that were killed, all of the human beings, all of the destruction that had occurred there. and he comes there three or four months later, november 19, to dedicate a 4-minute speech or whatever it was, and the things that he said, the eloquence of it to elevate that tragic moment, and what i am trying to get these kids to understand, after they see a term, after they see the imperfections, that they still believe. that they are still idealistic. even with the reality, they still believe that this is important and they understand why. so we go, yes, and i drag them across the battlefield. i do not feel all that bad about it. the point is simply to pull it all back together after you see how the sausage is made. that you still believe that it is all worthwhile. [applause] >> of course, next week, we will be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the gettysburg address. i do not know if you have some final thoughts on what lincoln's words meant to the country than and wha
? is a favorite theme of the northern peace democrats who deplored the lincoln administration's conduct of the work, war, particularly i think the man patient and sought to return the union to the way it was the third 1864 campaign slogan. we had hoped in vain the confederate battlefield victories with all the chorus of northern dissent and bring the north to the negotiating table. please on understanding the distinct from that of the northern democrat and it was rooted in his family culture and that of his native virginia. like many other virginians of his generation, elite bloodlines , leave the state for days of the earlier public. neither states on the stick it for granted to be my leader in felt a proprietary pride in the union. for lee, an honorable peace would restore for the south of prosperity influence of his words. he associated with the case of an imagined past before the nation had drifted away from the principles of the virginia founders. from april 1865 on, restoration would be these political keyword and we see a crop up again and again and again and his postwar correspo
in the book had the best understanding of these two countervailing tensions was abraham lincoln. abraham lincoln grew up in poverty, in obscurity, and he read a great deal in his youth. often to the disgust of his father who tried to discourage him from reading all the time. but lincoln read, and he read every book he could get his hand on. and i'm sure all of you heard stories of lincoln traveling many miles through the snow to find a certain book or to borrow a book from a farmer. and he didn't have the same kind of book selection that we might have today. it was very limited. and be, in fact, there were certain books that e read over and over and over again, and those included the bible, shakespeare,' sop's fables, life in washington and a history of the united states. and he internalized those books. and later when he was a politician can and he was running for office, he didn't cite books all the time, but he had internalized those books and expressed their vision in the way he commune candidated with people. so -- communicated with people. so he learned type of common language from
that -- >> the fans were going crazy here today for the "turkey bowl". it was the lions and the mustangs. lincoln said some pretty famous sports figures have played in this home game. >> this is a championship game for the city schools it happens every thanksgiving day. lincoln right now the coach is going for his sixth championship. >> not so fast as the mustangs came back. in a game that was a classic shoot out it all came down to this. the clock winding down in the third quarter, the mustangs driving for the win. the quarterback fumbles and the game is over. no repeat for lincoln. >> it is a great game, it is a beautiful day. >>> shopping is becoming a tradition on thanksgiving as consumers lined up to get the best deals. shoppers have been lining up all day hoping to get their hands on some of the hottest items of the season. how long have they been leaving? >> reporter: you are looking at the first in line who have been here since yesterday morning. you can see how far this line is extended. you can see it is a big line that goes all the way back. it goes and goes and people are waiting for 6:00
deplored the lincoln administration's conduct of the work, war, particularly i think the man patient and sought to return the union to the way it was the third 1864 campaign slogan. we had hoped in vain the confederate battlefield victories with all the chorus of northern dissent and bring the north to the negotiating table. please on understanding the distinct from that of the northern democrat and it was rooted in his family culture and that of his native virginia. like many other virginians of his generation, elite bloodlines , leave the state for days of the earlier public. neither states on the stick it for granted to be my leader in felt a proprietary pride in the union. for lee, an honorable peace would restore for the south of prosperity influence of his words. he associated with the case of an imagined past before the nation had drifted away from the principles of the virginia founders. from april 1865 on, restoration would be these political keyword and we see a crop up again and again and again and his postwar correspondent. for example, six months after the surrender, he
at the lincoln memorial. but he did invite the leaders to come to the white house after the whole thing was over. president kennedy was absolutely ecstatic. he was so pleased by the march on washington. but with the kennedys were worried about, this is august of 63 and he's got to run for reelection in 1964. said he was very worried because cli live southern senators and he had to get their vote in the south to be reelected and that was going to be impossible with the civil rights association. >> host: here is a picture of martin luther king in the big ten of the civil rights meeting with the speaker of the house at the time, john mccormack and majority leader carl albert. we want to show you this picture. kitty kelley, did you have a chance to talk to stem a tragic? >> guest: i didn't talk to stanley much about this. but i talked to him about martin luther king. stanley continued to follow king. and there's a picture in this book. it's a wonderful photograph from an artistic stand point, taken in chicago. you see these steps in a housing complex. this was in 1965. martin luther king, by this ti
lincoln. he knew better than most americans the trials of the civil war. in our magazines on everything from hospitality to food to our engines. you could say that he saw in america the very exceptionalism that we see today. he had his complaints. he thought our toilet paper to thin and our too newspapers to be too fat, but it was dismantled the curiosity of the land of its mother's birth that formed the makings of a beautiful and of course a special relationship. i am pressed to capture this in a single moment, perhaps it would be right here in the christmashe day after , 1941. three weeks after pearl harbor when the aggressors had us on the ropes and intended to keep us there, and speaking to the congress, churchill called on , and here stand firm is what words that matter sound like. thatfeel greatly honored you should have invited me and address the representatives of both branches of congress. the fact that my american poor have so many generations laid their part in the life of the united states makes this experience one of the most moving in my life. motherin deed that my whose m
it in from 17. gallon leo wins 34-3 34-30. big bone and lincoln high school, city college, lincoln hospital 3 31 yards for the touch down. win less is sen jose. read option for 20 yard score. lincoln, though, with jacob as they take home the big bone for the 16th straight year. 56-20 niners back on sunday continue to go tray to lock up a play off spo spot. niners face surging st. louis ram go for third straight win they defeated them early this season with 7-4 record passing game more effective with with the return of crabtree. 49ers have a chance to peak at the right time. >> ramps is the challenge. very good football team playing their best football. task force is a challengeen that we have to con sen tikrit on and have a great week in preparation to put ourselves in a position to have a chance to win. >>reporter: even on holiday the fba working finding 50,000 dollars for intentionally spilling drink on the floor dlaind the game last night. 8.3 seconds left no time out. kid asked taylor to hit him. kid dropped the drink so they stopped the play. tried to set up inbound play. pro
, as is with golf. like lincoln park built by the wpa. think of the experiences that people have had and the history which is embodied in them. there is daves tennis stadium. here it is, this was a tournament for inner-city youth. archery at golden gate park. our play grounds. here it is in use today. this is bernal heights park. you can still see the gutters they put in there. this is buena vista parks. this is quezar park. this is mount davidson. look out for the rock. this is on telegraph park. this is stern grove. this is a little known park above candle stick. here's my friend jake, standing by a wall. this was rosy play ground. they turned it into a park and it was also restored by wpa. i believe they torn down the house, which was unforgivable and the zoo is wpa. and here's the murals inside the mother's building. the marina sea walls and great aquatic park. the palace of fine arts. we wouldn't have and a little further in, lake merit, this pier. alva rado park and then, some of you my recognize this. the berkeley rose garden. did it have to be this beautiful. finally, i'm going to wrap up. s
it. but the lines of verse as the lincoln high school mustangs. >>: wang dan class of '71. >>: link and hired a lump patrick chase says sports figures have played in this game. >>: o.j. simpson pripet. this is the check digit game for the city's schools for it happens every turkey day and all but banned all to on the dock is starts and lincoln right now the coach has gone through six championships so that will be a record. >>: not so fast as galileo a llama dennis rim of spirit and a game that was a classic sure about it all came down to this. the score 3430 lanes over the mustangs clock winding down to the fourth quarter mustang and drive it for the winter if the quarterback said to back the size to hit, he fumbles and game over. no repeats for lincoln on this circuit that however felt good. >>: it's a great game. and i have turkey cooked for me at home so it's even better for it in san francisco haazig money on kron4 notes >>anny: we're looking for sunny skies on this black friday. to fill us in on the forecast here is a >>janu:. cooler start to the debris expecting cooler. mild c
in the tax code. from the justice system reform with the sentencing project. of "lincoln in the journalwashington begins at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> on many campuses, women are taught that use in a patriarchal society where girls are shortchanged. and then channeled into low paying bills. what's and a marketplace, they are cheated out of their salary. invisible barriers and all sorts of forces that hold them down and keep them back and out of the upper echelon. does not fit reality. it is distorted. with the false claims that supported have been repeated so many times, they've taken on truth. but her critiques of late feminism in contemporary american culture have led critics to label her as antifeminist. sunday on and death. your questions for author christina sommers. year,g ahead to the new join radio talk show host mark levan. book tv, the first sunday of every month. >> a conversation about the politics of climate change. harvard university political scientist, speaks with students theda skocpol. this is one hour, 25 minutes. [applause] >> it is a great pleasu
it was the city championship, lincoln and gallalaio, and 80 yards later, the lead, and the lions put some up. the ball is fumbled, and that's their first championship since '09. you have to wonder how okc felt about the last second shot. the warriors and the fans found out last night. >> the wheels off, ibaka, shooting, misfire, out of rebounds, saved, westbrook for the win. he got it! >> technically not at the buzzer. a tough one to swallow for the warriors, an overtime loss to the thunder. after the game the thunder were probably rocking out to serious tunes in the locker room! but this team did, the rhino hockey team. >> [ singing ] >> there you go. a little back street boys. >> ♪ [ music ] >> so what do you think? is this auburn play bigger than the cal sanford game? >> it was huge. >> it was right up there. >> that went for 109 yards. >> that's it for us at 5:30. good night! >> axelrodod: tonight, chopper down. a political helicopter crashes into a packed pub in glasgow on the eve of one of scotland's national holidays. charlie d'agata is there. >> reporter: these sales are better t
easy. lines roll 40-10. high school football. gallon leo versus lincoln in the 90th tricky day game at caesar stadium. fell son throw forh downs and touch d scramble here 17 yards for the score. gallon leah captures san francisco section championship 34-30. even on holiday nba working find nets head coach 50,000 dollars for intentionally with his rig on the floor to delay of game. no time out he asked rookie taylor to hit him. drop the soda. game stopped. nets got enough time to drew the play. assistant coaches decide didn't work because missed the shot probably the most expensive drink that jason kidd has ever had, please. 50 grand. >> whoa. >> mouthing. hit me hit me. >> he didn't do that. >> he did. now he's fine. >> okay well. all right. while many people sat down to big turkey dinner others didn't have the time. next on the ne ♪ hey, that's the last crescent! oh, did you want it? yeah. we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half. that's not half! guys, i have more. thanks, mom. [ female announcer ] do you have enough p
years ago yesterday jfk was assassinated in dallas and 150 years ago abraham lincoln delivered one of america's most important speeches at gettysburg. lincoln was a republican president who fought a civil war over freeing slaves. in fact, it was with 100% republican votes that passed the 13th amendment to our constitution which abolished slavery. and it was with republican votes and noemrat votes that passed the 14th and 15th amendments granting freed slaves citizenship and blacks the right to vote. so when democrats call republicans racist or anti-minority, read a little history, pick u your pocket constitution and you'll figure it out. see you on the>> female announce following program is brought to you by nopalea, the original anti-inflammatory wellness drink from trivita. stay ted to learn how you can experience the amazing wellness benefits of nopalea and receive an introductory bottle absolutely free. >> male announcer: you've earned it. these should be the best years of your life. but if you suffer from uncomfortable conditions caused by inflammation, you could have high lev
lincoln declared the last thursday in november to be thanksgiving. could a president today talk about god like lincoln? go to my facebook page where you can read the whole proclamation today. we'll read your comments at the end of the show. ♪ bsh to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. too small. too soft. too tasty. [ both laugh ] [ male announcer ] introducing progresso's new creamy alfredo soup. inspired by perfection. medicare open enrollment.oup. of year again. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. buit never hurts to see if u can find bettoverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care la open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare who gets the allstate safe driving bonus check. rock beats scissors! [ chuckles ] wife beats rock. and with two checks a year, everyone wins. [ female announcer ] switch today and get two safe driving bonus checks a year for drivi
details from gitmo. turns terrorist agents in double agents. and president lincoln's first thanksgiving day proclamation. you want to know how many times lincoln referenced god? lots. go to my facebook page and comment and we'll so you in the top of the hour. >> what did you want to talk to me about in >> we love you no matter what and it is time to get covered. that's it, health insurance. i know. i will do it but i just thought, never mind. you know, i am not known for my acting ability. >> i think i could hang an emmy on that one. and memos to talking point ands obama administration making a push and a dinner conversation. and a a rp urged mothers to send an ecard to their kids like this. reward for signing up for health care insurance i will defend you from bock bock. >> get health insurance and i will admit you are my favorite child. >> brian kilmede dht e author of george washington secret six. >> and convince me. >> you are our favorite child. >> thank you very much. >> and dossy is on the rod or train. >> it is off throw hours on thero and what are people saying about the now pu
galileo high school will be probably, more than likely, they'll be belting lincoln high skal at kizar stadium this thursday which is a tradition in our high schools in san francisco is turkey day. when i was at galileo high school, we went every single year and just last week, we beat lowell in order to get to turkey day, but that's just how it goes, galileo is a great football team, a great school and we'll be at turkey day with lincoln at thursday at 11 a.m., so before you get all full and watch football and eat and get tired, come out and support our great football students that play this thursday at 11:00 a.m. >> thank you, supervisor breed. supervisor campos? >> thank you very much, madam clerk. happy thanksgiving to everyone. i have a couple of items today. the first item is an accept and expend ordinance that we're introducing on behalf of the public defender's office to support grant funding from the juvenile accountability block grant program which partially funds an attorney and in the public defender's office that works with community based organizations and alternatives an
of them. techies of them cost a special place in american history with abraham lincoln remit to save the life as it did abound foul his son had taken a liking to. the condition has since evolved into the national thanksgiving techie presentation. ac at the white house stance the to help decide which bits on the right people to pay by the institute. she finalists amidst up colin and caramel they were born in july a bit then advances that have now all my school and its price band and listening to beyonce a camel me mom is a taste this lady me a landlady count now. in the end they escape but to stop any popcorn is going to the face to be two hundred and eighteen the presidents. league. we love. clayton. it's a terrible and cook for me to gobble another day. subtlety by now then intimate washington's historic time for christmas. not say much yet that some forty six million of the techies american spoken ses that thanksgiving is here. wonder what be on sale lady got to think about the turkey and leave you with that said happy thanksgiving is celebrated on tv the contest hello and welcome
, no one gets sent more proof that abraham lincoln is gay than me. nobody. we get -- when you fine something crazy, you don't send it to the white house, you sent today me or jesse ventura. here's george washington's frozen head. who would want this. and it's true, lincoln's assassin, john wilkes booth, years ago, his family -- got famous shooting abraham lincoln, dies in a barn 1 -- 12 days later, and i get a phone call and it's from the lawyer who represents john wilkes booth's family. he says the family wants to tell you the story, and the story is that their relative john wilkes booth never died in a barn that dade. he escaped, took on a new identity, and he is not the bun buried in the coffin. do you want to hear the story, brad? yes, i want to hear that story. i'm very busy here dealing with abraham lincoln's gayness, but i'd like too hear the story. and they tell it -- the best part of the temperature -- an amazing story. one of the best part, actually a lot of the parts of the family all insist that he escaped, and one of the aliases he took on, john wilkes booth was john b
anyone except for lincoln. i think his story is the quintessential great american life story and the material is surely there and there have been many very, very good books including ones written by all fellow guests here on your show tonight. (laughter) so i don't want to carry -- overstate the point. >> rose: of which these books were mentioned in your piece. let's begin by -- give your your sense of what it was about this man, this presidency and then we'll get into the varying opinions. i'll start with you, jeff. >> you go from the oldest president ever elected to the youngest. glamorous, apparently vigorous, with a wife who is-- and people still gasp when you remind them-- 31 years old as first lady. so the symbol of -- the torch being passed is more than rhetoric. it was in front of you everyday. and the second thing is i remember being in college-- granted, this wasn't the football team, but we would gather in front of the television set to watch his afternoon press conferences live because he was so interesting and funny and sharp. and so he made civic engagement cool
ii and lincoln memorials to the west, and just to the north is the white house. construction on the monument began in 1848, but it wasn't completed until 1884. i met bill line from the national park service and asked him about the 36-year delay. >> the reason why it took that long is because of bureaucracy. there was in-fighting. welcome to america. that's the way we do things. >> but not all of the delay was due to bureaucracy. if you look closely at the monument, you'll notice the stone changes color about a third of the way up. that's a reminder of one of the saddest events in our nation's history. why does the color change? >> the color changes because of, basically, the civil war. the civil war, starting at approximately 1860, caused a stop, a cessation in the construction of the washington monument. construction on the washington monument didn't start again and didn't resume until well after the civil war was over with. >> the monument is 555 feet tall. when it was finished, it was the tallest structure in the world, and it held that title for five years until the eiffe
. from, tish lincoln studios, harhari sreeivas sreeivasan. >>> in search of a deal to curve iran's nucleeuclear programs. today's talks continued late into the night with no agreement reported. margaret warner will join us from geneva with much more in a few minutes. >>> in aftghanistan he will stik to the plan to finalize a security talk after elections there next april. the u.s. wanted the deal done before the end of this year. the new pact will determine if american groups remain in afghanistan beyond 2014 in a non-combat role and if americans were responsible for a raid. >>> in pakistan an estimated 10 thousand people protested attacks. three militants were killed 234 one such attack. the protesters blocked a road used to ferry supplies to nato forces in afghanistan. >>> in poland today, more than 190 nations attending the annual united nations climate talks agreed on vague language that keeps alive the possibility of a pact two years from now. much of the meeting was dominated between disputes between the united states and countries on one side and china and india on another
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